- Capa dura: 648 páginas
- Editora: Viz Media; Edição: 01 (5 de maio de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 1421578808
- ISBN-13: 978-1421578804
- Dimensões do produto: 14,6 x 3 x 21 cm
- Peso do produto: 522 g
- Lista de mais vendidos da Amazon: no. 14,954 em Livros (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Livros)
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1--Phantom Blood, Vol. 2 (Inglês) Capa dura – 4 mai 2015
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What's here though, in volume 1 of Jojo is the start of something really interesting, albeit not quite to the meat and potatoes of the matter. In fact it ends at a really awkward place, it really should have gone one chapter (or two) more. But overall it does a great job at setting the tone this series is going to take.
Artistically the book is really interesting. Taking a page right out of Fist of the Northstar, where men are giant slabs of meat. And the violence always comes with buckets. The art is a bit rough, as it so often is for such a long running series that started in the late 80s. But that rawness is part of its charm. To see an artist evolve over decades will be this series's greatest treat.
As for the rating... I'd have given it 5 stars if the Amazon Kindle version wasn't plagued with such image compression on its color pages. Major appearances of pixilated 'crush' can be seen everywhere. I don't know if this unique to Amazon's version, and if it looks better on ComiXology or directly from Viz. Or if Viz just didn't care when putting out their digital copy files. But it sure is unnecessarily ugly. Which is a terrible shame. The one thing a mostly black and white graphic novel should have is uncompressed art.
Of course this gets five stars, it's JoJo. If you haven't read the manga or watched the show (the fourth part should be out really soon) then you need to start. I know some people like to skip to part 3, Stardust Crusaders, since it's the most popular part, but you would be hurting yourself greatly by skipping the first two parts. Oh yeah and even though the anime for this part is basically Stardust Crusaders style of work, this is much more 80s, so it looks a little dated. I like the little interview at the end too, it gives a little insight to the author's creation of the characters.
Although VIZ had released the 3rd arc in its entirety, the other arcs have not seen American shores...
that was until now!
Phantom Blood is the very start of the story. Even though it wasn't so much until the 3rd arc where the "stand" ability was developed and the story began to embrace its full craziness, Phantom Blood still manages to stand out.
Araki draws very detailed images of muscular and flamboyant young men. Even if his art is a little rough, you will still find yourself spending plenty of time looking at it. There's just so much to look at! With more and more popular manga and anime titles embracing minimalist style, JOJO is a pleasant surprise.
In addition to the art, Araki shows his eccentricity through his story. Romance, tragedy, violence, humor, friendship, morality, the supernatural... these are all themes he managed to incorporate into the story.
As for the physical release, Viz has done a very nice job. A sturdy hardcover with new images from the artist, colored pages interspersed throughout, good quality paper with clear printing, and even a little bonus interview from Araki himself makes this a lovely addition to your JOJO collection or your manga shelf. I hope this level of quality continues throughout Phantom Blood and any subsequent releases of this unique series.
I'm looking forward to the release of volumes 2 and 3!